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Docomomo Australia News - October 2015/2

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Open Memberships 2016 | Join Docomomo Australia

Memberships 2016 Open | Join Docomomo Australia

6 October 2015 Dear Docomomo Australia member, It is time for all Docomomo Australia members to renew their annual subscriptions for 2016. Renew your membership of Docomomo Australia now to continue participating in the local and international effort to discover, document and conserve architectural and landscaped sites of the Modern Movement across the 20th century in Australia and worldwide. Without …

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TALK / Sydney / 22 October | Disaster Planning and Recovery for Cultural Heritage

TALK / Sydney / 22 October | Disaster Planning and Recovery for Cultural Heritage

Australia ICOMOS and DOCOMOMO Australia SYDNEY TALK SERIES 2015 Source: Utpal Parashar, Hindustan Times, Kathmandu, Jun 15, 2015 Thursday 22 October 2015 Disaster Planning and Recovery for Cultural Heritage Presentation by Catherine Forbes Disaster Risk Management Planning: The Rocks, Sydney Although built cultural heritage contributes to the structure, grain and character of our cities, it is rarely considered in emergency …

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Docomomo Buildings Register Map

Docomomo Buildings Register Map

The DOCOMOMO Australia Register is an online database of buildings, sites, and neighborhoods of the modern movement in Australia. To find out more about any location on the map, click on the pin to reveal what the location is, then click on the location name to visit the fiche. You may also search the database by clicking on the “search …

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Open House Hobart / 7-8 November

Open House Hobart / 7-8 November

38 buildings open to the public in Hobart city, Sullivans Cove, Battery Point, Sandy Bay, Mt Nelson, West Hobart, New Town and Moonah. http://openhousehobart.org/ https://www.facebook.com/openhousehobart https://twitter.com/oh_hobart Supreme Court of Tasmania Classical yet materially brutal and beautifully detailed, the 1970s Supreme Court carries the gravity of the building’s function but is human in its detail and scale. Have you seen the …

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